Southeast Asia Checklist

Southeast Asian Studies BA Checklist

 

 

 

 

(This checklist is for students declaring the major Summer 2006 or later. Students who declared this major prior to Summer 2006
do not need to take JSIS 201, but they must take a second Asian Civilization course from: HSTAS 201, 202, 211, 212, 241, JSIS A 200; or students may choose to do the new version of the major.)

A minimum grade of 2.0 is required in all courses counted toward the major, except for 1st & 2nd yr. language courses, where grade must average 2.0.

LANGUAGE: 30 credits (2 years) or 2nd yr. proficiency in a Southeast Asian Language:
Indonesian, Khmer, Tagalog, Thai, or Vietnamese ____________________________________________________________

REQUIRED ASIAN SURVEY COURSES (15 credits):

1)  JSIS 203 Rise of Asia (5) OR 
     JSIS A 207 Asian Civilizations: Traditions (5)               ____________________

2) JSIS A 221 /HSTAS 221 History of Southeast Asia (5) ____________________

3) JSIS 201 The Making of the Twenty-first Century (5) ____________________

ADDITIONAL CIVILIZATION or THEMATIC ASIA COURSE (5 credits) chosen from:

ART H 204 Survey of Asian Art (5)
ART H 315 Buddhist Art of East Asia (5)
ASIAN 401 Introduction to Asian Linguistics (5)
ASIAN 404 Writing Systems (3)
GEOG 313 East Asia (5)
GEOG 438 Cities of East Asia: Geography and Development (5)
HSTAS 201 Introduction to South Asian History, pre-history to 1500 (5)
HSTAS 211 History of Chinese Civilization (5)
MUSIC 316 Music Cultures of the World: Asia & Middle East
JSIS A 202 /HSTAS 202  Introduction to South Asian History, 1500-present (5)
JSIS A 206 Contemporary India & Pakistan
JSIS A 207 Asian Civilizations: Traditions (5)
JSIS A 212 /HSTAS 212 History of Korean Civilization (5)
JSIS A 241 /HSTAS 241 Japanese Civilization(5)
JSIS A 242 Introduction to Contemporary Japan (5)
JSIS A 244 /HSTAS 244 Imperialism and Anti-colonialism in Asia (5)
JSIS A 265 /HSTAS 245 Human Rights in Asia (5)
JSIS A 346 /HSTAS 348 Alternative Routes to Modernity (5) (when taught by Guy)
JSIS A 401 Asia and the World (5)
JSIS A 405 / ANTH 449 Social Transformation in Modern East Asia (5)
JSIS A 407 / ANTH 407 Global Futures in East Asia (5)
JSIS A 431 / SOC 434 Demographic Asia (5)
JSIS A 469
/POL S/LSJ 469
Law, Development and Transition in East Asia (5)
JSIS A 471 New Orders in East Asia (5)
JSIS A 472 Science, Tech., & Innovation Policies in E Asia (5)
   
JSIS C 202 Introduction to World Religions: Eastern Traditions (5)
JSIS C 354 Buddhism (5)
JSIS C 356/ANTH 352 Buddhism and Society (5)
JSIS B 385 Industry and the State (5) (when taught by Hamilton or Whiting)
JSIS D 372 / GEOG 372 Asian Environment and Development (5)
JSIS D 429 International Population (5) (when taught by Lavely)
JSIS D 443 / ANTH 446 Class and Culture in East Asia (5)

TWO REQUIRED SE ASIA TOPIC COURSES: (10 credits) from at least two disciplines:

SECTION I ELECTIVES

1) HSTAS 462 Southeast Asian History to 1800 (5) ______________________
    HSTAS 463 Southeast Asian History from 1800 to present(5) _______________

2) ANTH 314 Ethnography, Transnationalism, and Community in Island SE Asia/Asian American(5) ______
     JSIS A/ANTH 315 Southeast Asian Civilization: Buddhist & Vietnamese (5) _______
     ANTH 352/JSIS C 356 Buddhism and Society (5) __________
     JSIS A 447/ANTH 445 Southeast Asian Literature and Society (5) __________

3) JSIS A/POL S 343 Politics and Change in Southeast Asia __________
     SOC 470 Contemporary Southeast Asia (5) _________
     JSIS A 367 Activism in Southeast Asia (5) _________

4) JSIS 486 Special Topics in Southeast Asian Studies (5) __________
     ARCHY 309 Archaeology of Mainland Southeast Asia (5) ___________

ELECTIVES: 20 additional credits

1) 10 credits from courses not taken above in SECTION I or from those listed in SECTION II below ,
2) 10 credits from courses listed in SECTIONS II or III below, or in SECTION I above.

__________________ __________________ __________________ __________________

SENIOR PAPER - To be completed in one of the upper-division courses for the major: ________________________________________________________

Guidelines for the senior paper and senior paper form are available at: http://jsis.washington.edu/advise/file/Asia_Agr_formA.pdf

 

SECTION II - ELECTIVES

JSIS A/HSTAS 265 The Vietnam Wars (5)
JSIS A/ HIST 205 Filipino Histories (5)
JSIS A/ HSTAS 364 Violence, Myth, and Memory (5)
JSIS A/ HIST 367 Southeast Asian Activism and Social Engagement (5)
JSIS A/ C LIT 376 Violence, Myth, and Memory (5)
JSIS A 419 Southeast Asian Knowledge and the Politics of Information (5)
JSIS D 432 Technology and Culture in the Making of Contemporary Empires (5)
JSIS A 462/ HSTAS 466 Islam, Mysticism, Politics, & Performance in Indonesian Culture (5)
JSIS B 446 History, Memory, and Justice (5)
JSIS B 468 Theater, History and Memory (5)
JSIS A 463 Topics in Southeast Asian History & Society (5)
GEOG 434 Southeast Asia: Conflict and Development (5)
MUSIC 439 Music of Indonesia and the Philippines (5)
GWSS 423 Feminism, the State, and Democracy in Indonesia (5)

 

SECTION III - ELECTIVES

AES 322/GWSS 322 Race & Gender (5)*
AAS 390 Asian American Family & Personality (5)*
AAS 395 Southeast Asian Culture (5)
AAS 498 Special Topics (when topic is Economic Development of Southeast Asians) (5)
ANTH 357 Text & Performance in Island Southeast Asia (5)
ANTH 421 Belief, Ritual, & the Structure of Religion (5)
ANTH 428 Anthropological Perspectives on Ethnicity (5)*
ANTH 492/CHS 492 Anthropology of Refugees (3)
ASIAN 498 Special Topics (1-5)*
ECON 491 Issues in Economic Development (5)*
ECON 591 Theoretical Issues in Economic Development (5)*
ENGL 473 Current Development in English Studies (when topic is Language Policy and Indochinese Refugees) (5)*
ENGL 478 Language & Social Policy (5) *
GEOG 349 Geography of International Trade (5) *
HSTAA 338 The United States and Vietnam (5)
HIST 346 Images of War in History, Literature, & Media (5)
MUSIC 316 Music Cultures of the World: Near East, Central Asia, Far East, South and Southeast Asia, Indonesia, and the Philippines (5)
MUSAP 389 World Music (when topic is focused on SE Asian music genre) (2-3)
MUSIC 445 Selected Topics in Ethnomusicology (when topic is focused on SE Asian music genre) (3)
POL S 433 International Relations in Southeast Asia (5)
JSIS B 406 Political Islam & Islamic Fundamentalism (5)
JSIS D 435/SOC 432 Population & Modernization (3)*
SOC 401 Special Topics in Sociology (when taught by Hirschman) (5)
GWSS 305 Feminism in an International Context (5)
GWSS 322/AES 322 Race & Gender (5) *
>Not more than one of the following:
>JSIS C 202 Introduction to World Religions: Eastern Traditions (5)
>GWSS 205 Introduction to Global Perspectives on Women (5) *

Any language courses, third-year and above.

Other courses may be added at a later date. Please watch for newly approved electives on annual and quarterly course listings.

* When taught by Southeast Asian faculty.

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